Yosemite National Park: Strange and Unexplained Disappearances
Nov 22, 2019
► Support the channel over at Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/topmysteries ► Located in the western Sierra Nevada of Central California, bounded on the southeast by the Sierra National Forest and on the northwest by the Stanislaus National Forest; lies a beautiful vast wilderness that attracts over 4 million people every year. Officially, federally protected in 1864, and later declared a National Park on the 1st of October 1890 by a Congressional act, the Yosemite National Park was officially born. This expansive land, covering almost 1,200 squares miles was officially designated as a world heritage site in 1984. Perhaps best known for its captivating waterfalls, it’s also famous for its clear streams, ancient and giant sequoia groves, it’s lakes, mountains, meadows and glaciers. It is also home to one of the worlds natural wonders; Yosemite Valley. According to nationalgeographic.com: “This Valley stretches 8 miles from east to west with granite walls more than twice the height of the Empire State Building. Carved by glacial dynamics and weathering and erosion spanning 30 million years. This is a wonder of the natural world.” The National Park Service describes the Valley as a “shrine to human foresight with the strength of its granite, its persistence of life and the tranquillity of the High Sierra.” But not all is tranquil in the National Park. Yosemite National Park, in recent times has also become well known for its disappearances that many claim to be unusual. Yosemite National Park: Strange and Unexplained Disappearances
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This stuff is so creepy.